Vaccine passports will help employers track who's vaccinated. People gathering in tight spaces are especially sensitive to the implications of mandated – versus voluntary – coronavirus vaccination. (Photo: EugeneEdge/

Property and casualty insurers strangled by the dangers of the coronavirus can now guarantee a relatively safe return to offices and similar public spaces with digitized, highly verifiable ‘vaccine passports.’

Overall, the digital documents are expected to go a long way towards reassuring the people who manage public spaces — and the people who congregate there — that everyone has taken great pains to stop the scourge in its tracks.

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